How do you prevent damage from bleaching your hair?

Wash your hair 24 hours before bleaching it so natural oils build up. Your natural oils will protect your scalp from bleach damage. To allow your skin time for your natural oils to develop, shampoo your hair 24 hours before you plan to bleach it. After you shampoo, use a conditioner to moisturize your hair.

How can I reduce the damage of bleaching my hair?

The best way to protect your hair from the damaging effects of chemicals in the bleach is to use OLAPLEX Bond Multiplier. Olaplex works to minimize damage and repair the hair during the bleaching/coloring service.

Does coconut oil help bleached hair?

Yes, coconut oil is good for bleached and blonde hair. How often should you use coconut oil for bleached hair? You can use coconut oil for damaged and bleached hair once every week to help reconstruct your hair strands and regain their luster.

Will your hair ever be the same after bleaching it?

Bleached hair will never be the same after a bleaching process because its internal structure will have changed forever. Therefore, it’ll only go back to normal as it grows.

Can you fix bleach damaged hair?

Unfortunately, no. There isn’t anything you can do to truly repair damaged hair. Once the damage has been done, that’s pretty much it. … If you have bleach damaged hair or heat damaged hair, you’ll just have to give your hair some extra TLC while you wait for fresh, undamaged hair to grow.

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How long should I leave bleach in my hair the second time?

Rule of thumb: at-home bleaching generally should not exceed 45 minutes. If you think keeping the bleach on for an extra fifteen minutes will lead to a brighter blonde, you’re in for a disappointment. After 45 minutes, the bleach will stop lifting up your hair color and will start cooking your strands.

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